Monthly Archives: June 2015

Simplifying Your Squat, Bench & Deadlift

Over the years I’ve learned hundreds of coaching cues. It helps to have an arsenal so you can use the one that best connects with you or your clients.

These cues can be learned by anyone, it’s a matter of knowing which one to deliver and how to deliver it.

When the right cue connects, a relatively complex movement can be executed seamlessly.

On the other hand, I’ve seen clients bombarded by so many coaching cues, they looked like an inflatable air dancer at a car dealership just trying to unrack an empty squat bar.

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Good Fitness Reads of the Week: 6/14/2015

I hope you’re enjoying your weekend.

It’s been another busy but fun weekend with tons of great fitness info.

Make sure to check out my latest blog post next week on how you can increase your strength by simplifying what you’re doing.

Time to get caught up on this week’s info!

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Swolllllll! 💪💪

Heather is one of my online coaching clients.

She’s been busy working, being a badass mom, and busting her ass training since her last competition and I can’t wait to see her smash some PR’s at her next meet!

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Good Fitness Reads of the Week: 6/7/2015

I hope you’re enjoying your weekend!

There’s been a ton of awesome fitness info this week, let’s get to it!

My latest article:

Sumo and Conventional Deadlift Technique: The 3 Most Important Rules

I love deadlifting.

I wanted to take a look at some of the best deadlifters of all-time and see what common technique traits they shared.

There was a ton of differences from lifter-to-lifter, but I noticed three very important things they all had in common.

Take a look and check out 27 of the freakiest deadlifts you’ll ever see!


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